NCAC Swear To Use Tekno Do Scapegoat


NCAC Swear To Use Tekno Do Scapegoat

The National Council for Arts and Culture NCAC don promise Tekno say him no go go free with wetin him do

De body dey drag Tekno based on de video wey him shoot for him song Agege with Zlatan.

Police Don Arrest Tekno

Wahala start for Tekno wen him load half-naked girls inside van come dey patrol Lekki area of Lagos on 2nd of August 2019 as TG Omori dey shoot de music video for him song Agege.

On Tuesday wey follow am Nigerian police invite am to ask am questions and him answer their call but dem no detain am based on him health.

E no too tey after dem release am, him drop de music video wey trend wella and after him drop de video and Director-General of NCAC, Mr Olusegun Runsewe don come out to say Tekno must pay for dis kain tin wey him do.

As him tok am, him say,

“No single person is bigger than Nigeria. “We are going to use him as a scapegoat to send a strong signal that this government does not tolerate nonsense and immorality, but discipline, which is our moral principle,”

De truck wey Tekno use shoot de video show women wey wear only pant and bra dey make some kain sexy move inside de truck and pesin wey dey outside go fit see wetin dey happen inside de van.

Mr Runsewe say Tekno fuck up as him go ahead to drop de music video upon say him know wetin dey ground.

No forget say Tekno apologise that same day via one long letter wey him write via him Instagram handle but as Runsewe take talk, dem don place agents wey go dey monitor Tekno as him behaviour na threat to national security.

Runsewe tok say:

“Since the offensive Tekno scam video dropped, I have been receiving hundreds of phone calls and SMS from Nigerians at home and abroad and they are worried why such act should be tolerated in Nigeria. Now that he gone ahead to released the shameful video, when investigation is still ongoing, we will inform security agencies to place him on their watch list because, his action is a big threat to national security and bad influence on the Nigerian youths. We warn that nudity is not part of our culture as Africans and should not be tolerated in any way. The Federal Government will fish out such clubs for nude dancers across the country to face prosecution acording to Section 134 (a) of the Criminal Law of Lagos State (2015) and Section136.